'Suits' Series Creator Talks Season 4 Pop Culture Tie-Ins

The boys are back in town!

USA legal drama Suits returns on Wednesday for its fourth season, and series creator Aaron Korsh promises that the drama’s pop culture references will not disappoint.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Korsh teases that this season will see it’s share of pop culture references including nods to Jerry MaguireCrimson Tide, The Prince Bride and homage to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid:

“What a lot of people don’t know is The Princess Bride and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were written by the same guy, [William Goldman]. I didn’t even remember that when I put those two [movie references] in there.”

As we previously reported in our summer recap article (which you can read by clicking here) Korsh teases that this season will explore a new dynamic in Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Mike’s (Patrick J. Adams) relationship:

“[Harvey and Mike] are going to have a conflict over something they’re working on that’s going to color a large part of the early part of season four.”

Season four will also feature a series of guest stars including D.B. Woodside as a former SEC prosecutor and potential minion of Eric Woodall; Melanie Papalia as Mike’s new secretary; and Michael Gross as Walter Willis the founder of a DVD distribution company.

Season four of Suits premieres Wednesday, June 11 at 9/8c on USA Network.

Tags: News Suits Summer TV USA Network

comments powered by Disqus